Colonel Weird: Cosmagog #2

Writer: Jeff Lemire Artist: Tyler Crook Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: November 25, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 11
9.5Critic Rating
9.4User Rating

From the world of the Eisner Award-winning Black Hammer series comes a bizarre, sci-fi adventure origin story!

Through the decades, Colonel Randall Weird faces his past and future from all angles, and often out of order, as he struggles to maintain his sanity and protect himself-and those around him-from a fractured universe that swarms with untold dangers.

  • 10 - Connor Casey Nov 25, 2020

    The little moments of character interactions are all heartfelt, making the sudden jumps and loops in time all the more jarring. Pick this up. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Zac Owens Nov 24, 2020

    COLONEL WEIRD: COSMAGOG #2 is beautifully human. Lemire and Crook are making one of Dark Horse's best series. Read Full Review

  • 10
    DC Comics News - Derek McNeil Dec 5, 2020

    Colonel Weird: Cosmagog #2 is another oustanding issue of this fabulous series which is Jeff Lemire's love letter to Silver Age science fiction comics. I don't know where this story is headed, but it's hell of a ride so far. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AIPT - Sam Rutzick Nov 24, 2020

    Colonel Weird: Cosmagog is a lovely piece of surrealism, and it deserves a place on your shelf. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Nov 25, 2020

    Cosmagog is pretty much what I expected that a Colonel Weird book would be like and I'm enjoying the heck out of it. I can see the threads of the bigger picture but it's really just going through and experiencing parts of his life, understanding who he is more, that does the most good. It doesn't really change anything with the core original series but we get to know what he was like before things went crazy for him and the hard life that he had always feeling apart. Lemire's script really does a great job of immersing us into who he is at these various points in time while Crooks artwork takes that storytelling up a few notches to make it feel truly lived in. I could enjoy just a series about him as a child and the struggle that he has there. I'm looking forward to seeing what's next. Read Full Review

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